Archive - Dec 29, 2010
Adelaide P. Browning
PAWTUCKET - Adelaide P. (Babel) Browning, 92, passed away Friday, December 24, 2010. She was the wife of the late Robert Browning.
Born in Cranston she was the daughter of the late Paul and Adelaide (Zucknick) Babel.
Mrs. Browning lived most of her life in Pawtucket. Her family owned the Westwind Restaurant in Seekonk. She is survived by her daughter, Carol Quinlan of Rehoboth and her son, Stephen Browning of Texas. She was also the sister of the late Paul and Rudy Babel.
Hilda G. Doll
BROOKLINE, NH - Hilda G. Doll, 104, resident of Brookline, NH, died December 27, 2010 at the Community Hospice House, Merrimack, NH, surrounded by her family.
She was born in England on July 29, 1906, a daughter of Walter and Maryjane(Rothermell) Gregory.
Mrs. Doll made her home in Brookline since 1964 and formerly resided in Pawtucket, Rhode Island for many years. She was a member of the Brookline Community Church.
She spent her life devoted to her family.
She was predeceased by her husband, John M. Doll, who died in 1983.
PAWTUCKET - Fernando Abreu, 75, of Pawtucket Avenue, Pawtucket, died December 27, 2010 at The Miriam Hospital in Providence. He was the beloved husband of Irene (Almeida) Abreu for 49 years. Mr. Abreu was born in Lisbon, Portugal, the son of the late Manuel and Irene (Dos Anjos) Abreu.
As a young adult, Mr. Abreu was a paratrooper in the Portuguese Air Force before moving to the US in 1962. He worked as a supervisor for RI Textile Company.
Besides his wife, Fernando leaves two brothers, Jose Francisco and his wife Rosa and Carlos Abreu.
PAWTUCKET â€” In his many thanks to colleagues and friends at his last Pawtucket School Committee meeting, outgoing chairman Jim Chellel gave a special recognition to the staff of Shea High School who were there from 1990 to 1994.
That's because Chellel, who graduated in 1994, credits his teachers, baseball coaches, and others at the school who helped him overcome a learning disability with being a key example of the benefits of public education and why taxpayers should not begrudge their financial support.
PAWTUCKET â€” An armed man wearing a ski mask tried to rob a clerk at the Silver Mart Convenience Store at 170 Cottage St. on Friday evening, police said.
According to Major Arthur Martins, the suspect -- a white, blue-eyed male -- came into the store just before 5 p.m. He pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money from the cash register. The clerk told the robber that he didn't have any money, and then a customer happened to come into the store, at which point the suspect turned and fled without obtaining any cash, Martins said.
CUMBERLAND --â€“ Players like Rodney Bustillo and Elijiah Wiggins donâ€™t need an entire game to make a difference.
Just give them a little time to start heating up.
The Tolman High seniors got sizzling hot in the second half of Tuesdayâ€™s opener with Cumberland in the annual Cumberland/Lincoln Boys & Girls Club Holiday Tournament and turned a 38-all tie at the break into a runaway 80-61 rout at the Wellness Center.
CUMBERLAND --â€“ Two teams in desperate need of getting their respective seasons on track crossed paths in first semifinal of the Cumberland/Lincoln Boys & Girls Club Holiday Tournament on Tuesday night at Cumberland High Schoolâ€™s Wellness Center.
Lincoln was the club that took a solid step in the right direction with a convincing 68-52 triumph over a Woonsocket squad that continues to seek answers. Lincoln will play Tolman in tonightâ€™s championship game set for 7:45 p.m. Woonsocket and Cumberland in the 6 p.m. consolation game.